Online Social Networking Versus Medical Professionalism
Medical education 2011 May; 45(5): 523
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Nonclinical Use of Online Social Networking Sites: New and Old Challenges to Medical Professionalism Thompson, Lindsay A; Black, Erik W (2011-06)The AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA) has written a position paper on how social medical use challenges medical professionalism. The report offers persuasive ethical and practical guidelines for nonclinical ...
Guseh, J.S., 2nd; Brendel, R.W.; Brendel, David H. (2009-09)The rapid emergence and exploding usage of online social networking forums, which are frequented by millions, present clinicians with new ethical and professional challenges. Particularly among a younger generation of ...
Pearson, John F; Brownstein, Catherine A; Brownstein, John S (2011-02)Recent legislation in the US requires that all medical records become electronic over the next decade. In addition, ongoing developments in patient-oriented care, most notably with the advent of health social networking ...